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TixotDeWitt 11h
Any boss from the DUSK: DUSK Dude a.k.a The Intruder:
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Kevin Wilbraham Nov 29
Remains of the Brocolitia Temple of on Hadrianโ€™s Wall in . Situated next to Carrawburgh Roman Fort, the temple was built in around 200 AD.
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Catherine Cawley Dec 1
Into the forest, dark enchantments and creatures. Goblins and , and . The sun sets behind the , pale , the chill of , and the brings strange sounds and shadowed shapes
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Dr Trish Nicholson Nov 24
Trees witness the close of another day.
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Scarborough Museums Trust Nov 29
A still and peaceful Robin Hood's Bay for and theme - we always wonder what they're thinking about, staring out to sea; perhaps hoping for the safe return of loved ones or lost in evening thoughts. Robin Hood's Bay, Moonlight | att. to Ernest Dade
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Dr Jack Gann Nov 29
For 's and theme, here's the master of depicting city streets by gaslight: Leeds's own John Atkinson Grimshaw, dubbed by Whistler "the inventor of nocturnes". Makes you look forward to a day where Leeds streets are this full of night life once again
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Dr Jenny Gaschke Nov 28
When the West with Evening Glows by Joseph Farquharson, c1910, . and a bit of Wintertime thrown in too... + the colours.
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Sue Brunning Nov 29
: curious symbols on a 5thC gold bracteate from have an feel, like or . Two more peep out beneath the wire spiral. They 'light' the scene of & suckling the she-wolf, depicted underneath.
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Carolyn Kennett Nov 29
Amazing pinks and oranges just after tonights sunset at the Cape
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ex oriente e. V. Nov 29
From till almost : Ba'ja, the siq (canyon) of Ba'ja & Beidha, region , for Day 124.
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Louise Kenward Nov 27
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Bryher Mason Nov 29
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Ebenezer Skingle ๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ„ Nov 23
Obligatory "HE LIVES!" post
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Ella Ravilious Nov 29
Stereoscopic photograph by Charles Stanton Breese entitled 'Evening'. Great Britain, ca. 1850-1875.
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Gabriella Szalay Nov 29
There are many reasons to love the paintings of Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840), chief among them his uncanny ability to capture atmospheric conditions and light, as in Die Lebensstufen (The Stages of Life), 1834-35, Museum der bildenden Kรผnste, Leipzig
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ENHYPEN PICS Nov 26
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Druids Place Nov 29
The Temple of Isis at Sabratha, Libya at
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Terry Davis Nov 28
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sunoo's beret Nov 27
pause,, it's dusk time โœจ the sky is so prettyyyy
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Westcountry-wide 6h
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